By Shopping This Editor-Approved Serum, You Can Support Breast Cancer Research
According to the The Breast Cancer Campaign, it's estimated that breast cancer mortality rates have decreased by 38 percent over the last 20 years. This is hugely due to advancements in technology and research surrounding the disease, a large part of which is funded by the Estée Lauder Companies. Evelyn Lauder (the daughter of Estée lauder herself) founded what is now known as The Breast Cancer Campaign and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation in 1992 and 1993 respectively, and both organisations have had a huge impact in its work relating to research, education and medical practice.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and as part of the initiative, many brands that are part of the larger Estée Lauder Companies (like Clinique, La Mer, Bobbi Brown, and Aveda), have released limited products that will donate a portion of profits to The National Breast Cancer Foundation. This includes the iconic Advanced Night Repair Serum that Byrdie Australia Senior Editor Lisa Patulny swears by, so there's really no better time than now to stock up.
Keep scrolling for all the pink beauty buys you should add-to-cart this month.
Clinique's cult lotion is available this month with the addition of a pink ribbon key chain. The Dramatically Different is designed to prep skin for a Clinique moisturiser matched to any skin concerns. If you're dry, pair it with the Moisture Surge. Prone to flushing and sensitivity? The Redness Solutions will do a world of good.